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FTM Pay | Hold and get rewarded in USDC | Defi Protocols and Fantom Network Coin

Making a big purchase: how would you buy a car with Crypto?

USDT, USDC and DAI are trash and you should be careful holding them

Guide for using a portfolio tracker?

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Where to Earn on my crypto in a banned state?

USDC's supply on Ethereum surpasses that of USDT's for the first time

Working matic faucet?

USDC's Issuance Surpasses USDT's Total Supply

How much time do you spend on "crypto work"? (wallets, DeFi, LPs, staking, etc.)

Best options to generate yield from stablecoins (fast redemption for trading opportunities)

Asset safety - defi vs exchange

Tesla accepting DOGE is very bullish but the reality is that the majority of retailers will mostly be accepted stablecoins.

A number of US banks have formed a group in order to offer USDF, their own regulated bank-minted stablecoin to compete with Tether, USDC.. It will be redeemable on a 1:1 basis for cash from member banks & will operate on the public Provenance Blockchain.

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USDC's supply on Ethereum surpasses that of USDT's for the first time

Good news for the market: USDC's supply on Ethereum surpasses that of rival USDT's for the first time

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How does crypto.com make money with staked USDC?

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Can someone explain the pros and risks of stablecoin staking like I’m a child please?

DEFI moving from USDT to USDC may actully be worse

What Are Your Best Ways To Get Free/Passive Crypto?

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Mainstream Adoption of Stablecoins is Inevitable

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Help wanted: Missing USDC in Trustwallet

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USDT is the preferred stablecoin for Brazilians, accounting for $9.7 billion acquired between Jan and Nov 2021. Other stablecoins bought included $1.6 billion in USDC, $12.9 million in DAI, and $5.6 million in TrueUSD - Any Brazilians here please spread the word to avoid USDT

Tether Staking Questions

BUSD is just as bad as USDT yet I don’t see many talking about that.

Tezos Ecosystem: List of ecosystem deliveries announced for Q1 2022 (XTZ)

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Denelle Dixon Interview - Stellar Network, XLM, MoneyGram, USDC, CBDC, Congress & Crypto Regulations

Crytpo has real world uses? It’s just for investing?

fries DAO-Project understanding

What is a crypto payment gateway without KYC?

What is a crypto payment gateway without KYC?

I have 100k staked in USDC on Gemini, what is the risk?

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Remember the possible marketing gimmick of Vitalik Donating $1B Worth Shiba INU to Crypto Relief India to Fight Covid?

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What Is Ergo (ERG)?

Question: So what actually happens when you stake your LP tokens?

Tether’s USDT minting sprees are no longer affected the market. Is this the begging of the end for Tether?

Tether’s USDT minting sprees are no longer affected the market. Is this the begging of the end for Tether?

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Which stable coin is the most secure?

Coinbase Wallet Issue: $600 needed to convert $300 USDC to other.

Follow Up Post RE: How to leverage DeFi to pay off CeFi loans

Short-term financial investment projects

WISE token and WISB token are scamming investors and stealing their BNB - You should avoid this coin at all cost! (proof inside)

Crypto won't destroy banks, but it will force them to become much less greedy

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Is it safe to have savings on USDC staked in crypto.com?

Reporting crypto passive income questions..

25 BTC were traded last week in Venezuela using LocalBitcoin! Other exchanges are Binance (king), AirTM, Reserve and others. Still, MONTHLY minimum wage sits around 2 USD.

Shorting the USDT/USDC pair on Kraken?

Anyone else a degenerate shitcoiner only sitting on USDT?

Market Cap USDC Dominance vs. BTC

Anyone else a degenerate shitcoiner only sitting on USDT?

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Losing as much money as I just lost in a few days is quite a humbling experience. This market can be quite something.

What would you do if Tether actually imploded? or ran out of circulating supply?

Here's why the price is dropping.

Bitfinex secretly has so much power and I freaking hate it…

CEFI Borrowing Advice please

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DCA into stablecoins?

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People think Binance is the king of exchanges but in reality it’s Bitfinex and here’s why:

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The Charts Look Crazy Right Now! How Do You Know When or What to During The Turbulent Times of Crypto/NFTs?

Why take on risk for less than 7% return?

USDC's market cap just dropped by 3.5B

US Crypto tax reporting for an inexperienced / conservative Hodler?

Content Creation Contest! presented by Hodlnaut

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Review of the current top 10 coin.

Bridging help!!!

Can't find crypto after bridging!

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Most Trustworthy Stablecoins?

I am an accidental bag holder! 😅

Should I put my savings into USDC and stake it?

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Not your keys, not your coins but... [ADVICE]

Not your keys, not your coins but...

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Germans in the sub: taxation question

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Best direction for stable coin savings?

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Where to stake USDC?

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Where to stake USDC? Suggestions pls

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I sent USDC to Crypto.com and because it wasn’t USDC.e it wont show in my wallet. They’re now telling me this, is this normal?

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Did your altcoin just moon? Great! Now sell 15% of the bag. Hodl the rest for the next liftoff, or buy the next dip with your new gains. It's an easy rule of thumb to make sure you're always taking profits

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I think stablecoins will pressure Western Union pretty soon.

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Sportsbet Withdraw into Crypto Advice

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'Soft Staking' on Crypto.com pays you interest on both the coins AND the fiat in your Wallet with no lockup / staking period - can't believe I never noticed it before.

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I made a little write-up about BAT and Gemini

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Stablecoins are actually one of the best investments if you stake them

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Best & Safest stablecoin for APY

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Boost your gains with lending, CeFi, DeFi, LP - beginner to advanced guide

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Liquidity fail?

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Are there any good ways to transfer value without a lot of fees?

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YouHodler for stablecoins

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Good news! The market dominance of Tether is in free-fall.

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FX hedging of USD (because almost all crypto is USD really)

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My predictions for 2022. What are your predictions?

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Yes, but what happens when collateral from borrowing - luna - drops in price drastically, correct - it mints luna back and burns ust -> luna drops even more -> ust mints even more luna -> luna drops even more -> no more luna left to mint -> ust depegs. This is very extreme case of sudden and sharp bear market start. Ust at one time depegged as far as 0.91, even though USDC may depeg like this too - it can be exchanged to exactly 1$ via circle, which inevitably will peg it up again

Mentions:#USDC

Exactly. Just look at what happened with UST in May. Crashed with the market and was only saved by the devs. I have a small bag on Anchor protocol but I'm mostly on USDC, first I want to see what's the behavior in a prolonged bear market.

Mentions:#UST#USDC

That's strange. Never seen this issue before. Might be worth contacting support, cus you'll lose money on fees if you want to swap that USDT for USDC.

Mentions:#USDT#USDC

Perhaps you have an open order and forgot about it? When you place an order, your funds get locked as collateral. So if you have, say, a stop-sell for LRC/BTC still active, you can't use those funds to trade LRC/USDC.

Mentions:#LRC#BTC#USDC

Swap LRC for USDT, then swap USDT for USDC? Or if no pair exists then swap USDT to BTC to USDC?

So im getting beat on LRC, i still believe that the price will go up but im trying to convert my LRC to a stablecoin like BUSD or USDC on binance for the timebeing and it says I have insufficient funds. What does that mean?

Lmao so USDC a shitcoin now? It's a stable coin i don't think you know what they are.

Mentions:#USDC

To me personally i reallt think Tether is just a Ponzi scheme that people are just in too deep which most certainly keeps everybody at Tether from doing a rugpull. Other than that DAI has just fundamental backing and not real monetary funding which is very fucking weird. USDT and BUSD as well as USDC and TUSD can all claim and do for the most part that they have the same amount of money locked in their bank. DAI is just (Yeah its 1;1 against the USD believe us ;) ;) ) BUSD seems for me the way to go, i know its just in Binance as a stablecoin and in some paper wallets, but binance is a massive Exchange if not the most in my opinion. Some regulatory troubles here and there but lets not forger their own Fundamental coin BNB hasnt fallen from the top 10 in several years. So yeah Terra is beautiful in theory but doesnt really do much and USDC is like that annoying cousin on Thanks Giving. Nobody says he is a bad kid but he spends all his day in his moms basement without socializing so nobody can also say he is a good kid. Ya feel me ?

actually, no. to get 1000 a month you just would need 100K in USDC or other stables. and that is not an unachievable amount if you grind hard enough. you can do it too

Mentions:#USDC

I think it needs to be split for defi/dex when it comes to stablecoins, if you are just holding for yield and aren't planning on trading it for another crypto then I probably think UST is where its at. The issue is on dex the liquidity for trade pairs isn't there with UST, so I usually have to settle for something like USDC in that case.

Mentions:#UST#USDC

The short story with USDT is that they don’t have enough Cash (on their balance) to support the claim of storing 1 USD for each 1 USDT. (Which is why some people shied away from it, I mean the downsides could be horrendously 🤷🏽‍♂️) USDC on the other hand took a different approach and is more as in 1 USDC is always 1 USD of BTC and ETH. And that still gives it a different future when it comes to scalability IMO. Makes its more secure and stable. As for DAI, for me is the possible growth it has because of its ecosystem. (And think about DAI more as a collateral crypto. And as more and more people get into crypto I believe that to be a very good thing.) One thing that can help is reading their whitepaper, to understand the company that created these stablecoins and their vision. Hope that helps, cheers! ✌🏽

I personally use XDAI and USDC for my stable coin purposes

Mentions:#USDC

sure bots can do it, but are there any smart contract that does the DCA/HODL for you ? : maybe something like keep 50% in ETH and 50% in USDC, automatically rebalance every 3 months ( will buy ETH when low, sell when high ) . best is contract that forces you to wait X months before you can withdraw your coins, this way you protect from yourself from future panic sale !

Mentions:#ETH#USDC

I´m looking into gold-backed stable coins! For now USDC and DAI. I just hope a lot of people will stop using tether, TBH that situation scares the shot out of me. **F U tether!**

Mentions:#USDC#DAI

I would exchange it for a stable coin first, probably USDC. Prom there the world is your oyster. I would stake 500.000 USDC for a 12% APY, that will give you 5000$ a month or 3656£ a month, for doing nothing. Then the rest it is your choice, I would suggest Bitcoin and Etherum, but you make the hypothetical 1 mill so you probably know better than me.

Mentions:#USDC

It is quite sad that they don't choose more legitimate stable coins like USDC, USDF or PAXOS issued BUSD.

Save yourself a click. BTC ETH BNB Usdt Sol Avalanche Axie infinity Samoyedcoin Fetch USDC

I just checked USDT and USDC on Kraken. T is 1.0004 and C is at 0.999. Maybe you have never seen it at or below 1$ purely out of random chance?

Mentions:#USDT#USDC

btc wont be banned or anything there is too much money in it already. A USDC can be fine, but it wont replace bitcoin because it cant do what bitcoin does. The only "threat" when I see as nearly impossible is a USD coin that is backed by actual gold (again) and is fully decentralized. Extremely unlikely for that to ever happen.

Mentions:#USDC

What is interesting about XLM is that it pumps when others dump. So, for example DOT might head down while XLM heads up. If you swap XLM for DOT, you will make out better than if you used USDC trading pairs. Always have some XLM laying around…

Mentions:#XLM#DOT#USDC

USDC is good actually a lot better than usdt. Fuck usdt.

Mentions:#USDC

XLM fees are almost non existent compared to USDC and lightning fast also. USDC can actually be on Stellar now instead of Ethereum which would be an amazing switch. USDC could actually be used for every transaction instead of expensive to move around.

Mentions:#XLM#USDC

The problem isn't Tethers market cap, its that it has all the trading pairs and volume. USDT had $29B in volume in the last 24h and USDC only had $1B.

Mentions:#USDT#USDC

The problem isn't Tethers market cap, its that it has all the trading pairs and volume. USDT had $29B in volume in the last 24h and USDC only had $1B.

Mentions:#USDT#USDC

You make some interesting points but for the average person in crypto, the reasons likely don't matter. A lot of banks block crypto transfers for the reasons you listed but some banks don't. Some banks in particular have been extremely harsh on crypto and though they have their reasons, I'm still going to dislike that bank. Banks give *extremely* low interest rates and some even negative interest rates for the reasons you listed so why shouldn't I take my money to USDC or TUSD to stake/lend?

Mentions:#USDC#TUSD

Buy USDC send to Kraken.

Mentions:#USDC

I know what you are saying. But can I move USDC between exchanges easily? Thank you.

Mentions:#USDC

Never buy USDT. USDC is better.

Mentions:#USDT#USDC

>Fuck Tether! Selling it for 1USDC. Don't ask why! 😂

Mentions:#USDC

I was going to reinvest, but, with the recent drop in cost, I ended up getting double the number of DOT I had been aiming to get in the next several months, and about 1.5x the BTC. Doing that left me with pretty much exactly the amount I need for USDC staking goal, so I'll only have about $200-300/ month for the next few months to put into other projects. While the market stays lower, I'm choosing to invest in a couple other projects and using the staking rewards gets me there faster. I also have some buy orders set on coinbase pro at prices 15-30% lower than current prices for DOT and btc, so, instead of canceling those, I'm going to use my rewards and get my other bags filled. The spread is higher than I would prefer, but since it's relatively small amounts it's not horrible, plus about half my rewards are USDC, so no spread issues. I wrote out my goals based on number of coins/ tokens, and it's nice that I don't have to think about what I'm buying. I have all my bags fully funded except one small cap project now and then I will probably focus on growing my number of cro so I can eventually upgrade to icy. If prices go lower or stay lower, my plan is to use my monthly money to add to my bags. When prices go up, I'll add to my usdc staking until I find another project.

Mentions:#DOT#BTC#USDC

The Math doesn’t check out, if your car loan is only 3% then having USDC generating 10% would earn more than the interest you would pay to the bank.

Mentions:#USDC

I've been evolving my strategy. I had a decent amount of cash come in recently. Parked a fair amount in USDC, then bought a bunch of DOT and some vBTC. Already have a decent bag of CRO from staking for Jade before the recent price increase. Originally I was just going to buy x amount of dot and btc per day/ week, but the recent low prices pushed me to buy all that I wanted to for staking purposes, now I'm kind of trying a snowball method for buying. I've picked some other smaller cap projects I want to invest in and set a goal for x number of coins/ tokens and ranked the order I want to buy in. I'm selling USDC, DOT and BTC staking rewards and using my weekly investment money until I reach my goal on those, then I'll either pick more projects or increase each of my bags more.

You’re thinking correctly here. If you can borrow money at a rate under the 12% you’re getting on the USDC (ignoring taxes) then you should borrow.

Mentions:#USDC

Fuck USDC. We hold bitcoin and no shit coin. Bitcoin will not be banned. Go look at the Fed welcoming it the other day.

Mentions:#USDC

Let's say XXX = $100 /month. With 10% APR card staking interest (staking $400 or $4,000), you would need around $12,000 in total. If you stake $40,000, you'd already get $400 a month because the card staking Apr is 12% then. With $400, you can earn with the remaining $11,600 in MATIC/DOT/USDC in 1 month lock for 10% APR (or less than $11,600 with 3 month lock given 12% APR). If it's $4000 in card staking, then you'd stake the remaining $8,000 in MATIC/DOT. I won't say exactly my overall amount and % of each coin but I stake for various lock periods using MATIC, DOT, BAT (3% APY), and USDC.

Weird, same problem as before: balances not showing. I wonder if it's because I'm getting interest on the USDC through Gemini, BlockFi and Hodlnaut, so it's being loaned out, or something?

Mentions:#USDC

I appreciate the post knowledge and input. I enjoy learning and expanding my understanding. What would your recommendation be for me? I hold some USDC for staking on CDC because of the high APY. What’s another option for high yield?

Mentions:#USDC

Great points on both echo chambers and USDC

Mentions:#USDC

There are none. Recommendations and guidelines have been provided congress but, as far as I can tell, no laws have been made as of yet. However, those recommendations do apply to all stable coins, USDT and USDC included

Mentions:#USDT#USDC

USDC, GUSD, and BUSD are all externally audited. All stablecoins have risk, but lumping USDC with USDT and DAI seems unfair.

USDT and USDC are 2 separate coins from 2 separate companies. Linking them as one is misinformed at best. Unless you can show me proof of laws passed to regulate stable coins, this is a shit post.

Mentions:#USDT#USDC

None of them is pegged 1coin=1usd, that's not how they make money. Get over it or do 't zse stablecoins. We already know that USDT is crap, nothing new. But I am actually glad for USDC and DAI.

All these communities are echo chambers. Whether it’s a BTC sub or a WSS sub we are all carrying heavy biases. Max is fully biased as he is entrenched in BTC. I would be bullish too if I was holding what he is. And not to say I’m not bullish myself granted I’m more and more concerned about the regulatory future than the tech. Crypto is the future but what happens when we go to USDC? That’s my concern at this personally.

Mentions:#BTC#USDC

Can they use a credit card from a crypto company and pay it off in their USDC: Yes and i think that will be the easiest way

Mentions:#USDC

Still gonna use USDC

Mentions:#USDC

Someone examine how OP is linking USDT and USDC in the same boat?

Mentions:#USDT#USDC

Post is by: TryingToMakeAMil and the url/text [ ](https://goo.gl/GP6ppk)is: /r/CryptoCurrency/comments/s4wz01/usdt_usdc_and_dai_are_trash_and_you_should_be/ There are a lot of Tether (USDT) haters on this sub - and rightfully so. But at the same time, there seems to be a lot of USDC worshippers. It’s almost like a political situation with some people voting red and some people voting blue. In reality, they’re both essentially the same thing - **2 centralised coins issued by private corporations.** Gary Gensler has full authority over the regulation of the stablecoins. This means that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) can regulate both USDT and USDC however they like. On top of being able to regulate the companies behind these stablecoins, this gives SEC **the ability to blacklist any address holding any stablecoin.** The possible damage of this authority is HUGE. Think about the “decentralised” DAI stablecoin (pegged to $1). It’s mostly backed by USDC and ETH collateral. The SEC can simply order Centre, the private corporation behind USDC, to use their blacklist (ETH address) function and blacklist DAI’s USDC collateral. The government can technically do this at ANY TIME. These coins are trash and the anti-thesis of cryptocurrency. Let’s keep in mind that crypto was invented as digital money that no single entity can control, unlike regular money which is under control of government/central banks. *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/CryptoCurrency) if you have any questions or concerns.*

Everyone talks about the untrustworthyness of USDT (Tether) and promotes alternates like USDC and US(Terra). However, if LUNA's value tanks wouldn't UST be unreliable? I really wanna get on that sweet 20% APY for UST, but I'm worried about it.

Post is by: scoobysnatcher and the url/text [ ](https://goo.gl/GP6ppk)is: /r/CryptoCurrency/comments/s4vlos/guide_for_using_a_portfolio_tracker/ Previously, I was just manually inputting balances into CoinMarketCap, but I just learned about Ape Board, which seems very interesting. I was able to import my UST and Luna balances by adding my Terra wallet public address. Now I'm trying to add USDC and GUSD balances held at BlockFi, Gemini and Hodlnaut. On both Zapper and Ape Board, these all show as empty (though, weirdly, the Hodlnaut address showed as \~$40 in Zapper, which is totally wrong). Maybe I'm doing something wrong? I'm adding the public addresses for these external wallets into the tracker by going to, for example, BlockFi, clicking on "Fund, copying the address which pops up, then pasting that into the tracker. I'm selecting Ethereum chain for all of these USDC and GUSD wallets. Any guidance would be appreciated! *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/CryptoCurrency) if you have any questions or concerns.*

I used to Tether up..... now I USDC up.

Mentions:#USDC

Nope. Chilling on the side, DCAing into USDC.

Mentions:#USDC

Tether has a 78 bil mcap, USDC has a 45 bil mcap. I consider that close, especially when you consider that USDC was released 4 years after Tether.

Mentions:#USDC

According to Circle’s website: “USDC is fully backed by cash and equivalents and short-duration U.S. Treasuries, so that it is always redeemable 1:1 for U.S. dollars.” The whole reason I got into crypto was because I trust code, people. I trust stablecoins that are collateralized on-chain, or algorithmic stablecoins.

Mentions:#USDC

I don’t believe that USDC is fully backed either. Trust algorithmic stablecoins only

Mentions:#USDC

It's almost there. Now check their respective volume too. Also check BUSD too. The real question is: why there are so many USDC ? What they use them for ?

Mentions:#BUSD#USDC

Seeing that USDC has overtaken USDT in current total accumulation, a few month ago this could have been disastrous for Crypto, now I'm not too afraid anymore. I'm happy that the stablecoins are moving in a more diverse portfolio.

Mentions:#USDC#USDT

tldr; The total supply of USDC on the Ethereum blockchain has surpassed that of rival Tether (USDT) for the first time. USDT's total supply across blockchains, however, remains higher than USDC's. USDC is used for trading on decentralized exchanges and for various purposes within DeFi protocols. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#USDC#USDT

You have USDC, DAI and couple more.

Mentions:#USDC#DAI

Good enought news. USDC is slightly better than USDT

Mentions:#USDC#USDT

I'm not sure if USDT will ever die, it's too big at this point. Despite **all the reasons** not to use USDT it still has the highest marketcap among stablecoins, others don't even come close - USDC, DAI, BUSD. If it ever dies though, I still think that crypto as a whole will still recover, there are a lot of good stablecoins going around nowadays.

Short-term 3-6 months after, it'll shake the crypto landscape pretty hard I'm thinking 60-80% drops. But it will be better for the ecosystem long-term as the industry moves to better stables like Terra UST or USDC

Mentions:#UST#USDC

Shakepay (for Canada 🇨🇦) - shake phone for free sats, Shakepay Visa for 4% back in BTC (during holidays) 2% thereafter Crypto dot com - earn 6.5% on BTC and ETH, 12% on stable coins (USDC, TCAD), diamonds, Giftcard % back, DeFi Wallet staking for 12.5-13% back, 10% back on my Visa stake, and 3% on my Visa purchases...

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#USDC

The day exchanges begin accepting direct deposits for paychecks is the day I quit banks. Direct deposit to USDC, DAI etc Would actually earn interest on idle money Bill pay isn't an issue with exchange debit cards offered now Many exchange debit cards offer % back on purchases, when has a bank paid YOU for using your debit card with them!? Easier to buy and sell appreciable assets to grow your wealth, again something banks don't offer.

Mentions:#USDC#DAI

Convenience. I do it if I want smaller buys. To buy on the exchange, I buy USDC on the main app, send that to the exchange and buy with that. It's easy enough, but I do need to convert, in my head, the us value to my currency.

Mentions:#USDC

I'm personally earning: 1. $ XXX a month with card staking + 1-month and 3-month locked earn on CDC.com 2. $ XX a month in Cashback with CDC Rose Gold tier card (5% back) 3. $ X a month in BAT with Brave ad watching + in USDC/GUSD staked flexibly on Celsius ~ tiny amount but money is money.

you can swap in the polygon web wallet usdc for Matic, for gas actually: in the middle of this article is the steps written for USDT, but USDC can be also swapped: https://blu-elephant.net/how-to-bridge-polygon-with-other-blockchains/

Mentions:#USDT#USDC

tldr; Tether’s U.S. Dollar Tether (USDT), the largest stablecoin in the Web3 segment, has been dethroned by its major competitor on Ethereum (ETH) in market capitalization. The ERC-20 version of Circle's USD Coin (USDC) surpassed USDT on ETH. USDC is the fastest-growing stablecoin with a market cap of $4 billion. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

tldr; The current total supply of stablecoin usd coin (USDC) has surpassed tether (USDT) in terms of tokens issued on the ETH chain. USDC has a 0.568% larger fully diluted market capitalization on the smart contract network than tether (USDT). USDC is also on a few different blockchains, but the majority of USDC resides on Ethereum. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

I posted it as a reply to Algorand but here it is again: El Salvador bought BTC, but not many people know they actually also struck a deal to build their blockchain infrastructure on Algorand. Colombia's vaccine pass is on Algorand. SIAE registered the copyrights of every Italian musician on Algorand. World Chess is recording its ratings on Algorand. As for investments: Lofty.ai is fractional real estate. Daily rent payments. Opulous is for investments in music copyrights to get royalties (still getting started, so far artists include Lil Pump, Tyga). Artsquare.io allow fractional investments in fine arts (Warhol, Banksy, Hirst). Algopay allows you to get payment in any ASA (Algorand Standard Asset), which now include goBTC, and goETH, so any website can get payment in ETH, BTC, USDC (or any token they created themselves) with Algorand speed and fees. Pretty dope. Planetwatch : a system to monitor air quality and reward people providing the data.

Some Algo real world use cases: El Salvador bought BTC, but not many people know they actually also struck a deal to build their blockchain infrastructure on Algorand. Colombia's vaccine pass is on Algorand. SIAE registered the copyrights of every Italian musician on Algorand. World Chess is recording its ratings on Algorand. As for investments: Lofty.ai is fractional real estate. Daily rent payments. Opulous is for investments in music copyrights to get royalties (still getting started, so far artists include Lil Pump, Tyga). Artsquare.io allow fractional investments in fine arts (Warhol, Banksy, Hirst). Algopay allows you to get payment in any ASA (Algorand Standard Asset), which now include goBTC, and goETH, so any website can get payment in ETH, BTC, USDC (or any token they created themselves) with Algorand speed and fees. Pretty dope.

Just buy USDC in an exchange that support Polygon network (Binance does) and send them through it to your wallet. On Sushiswap, swap USDC to GET.

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UST looks better every day. So much work to do with exchanges to make it and LUNA available natively and not via ERC20. That and more UST trading pairs. UST is looking very strong if they pull that off. SEC will have zero power over it, unlike USDC and how that turned out.

USDC & high interest accounts like Celsius/Blockfi/[hodlnaut](https://hodlnaut.com/join/U8lWXO1wH)

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This sub is the only reason I don't use Tether. I always try to use USDC.

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Just got in recently, but with all of the regulation coming down the pipe and UST being decentralized unlike USDT and USDC I see a lot of upside long term.

Post is by: CryptoDad2100 and the url/text [ ](https://goo.gl/GP6ppk)is: /r/CryptoCurrency/comments/s4noxz/how_much_time_do_you_spend_on_crypto_work_wallets/ My head is starting to spin. I'm not even a year into crypto. Started with the basics, Coinbase, bought some coins, tried some trading (didn't last long), started doing some pathetically low rate staking. Expanded to investing in what is now 15 different projects of all types and market caps (dex, defi, collateral, finance, governance, interop, L2s, games). Recently I expanded to a second exchange, Crypto . com (CDC). Much better staking rates. Then I go their DeFi wallet - staked my CRO for double the return. ALGO wallet to get ready for Q2 governance. Just got Keplr wallet and am looking at the Cosmos ecosystem - making my head spin, but I want those airdrops. And no end in sight - lots of other projects I'm involved in require specific wallets for staking. How do you manage all this? I'm enjoying learning about all this, but it's quite time consuming. Trying to avoid having 10 wallets. Some processes take a while as well. CDC doesn't allow ACH pulls and doesn't prefund, so to stake CRO for instance I have to: Go to CB > deposit USD (prefunded) > buy XLM > send to CDC > sell on CDC for USDC > buy CRO > send to DeFi wallet > stake. Have to use 2FA and my security keys like 5 times just for this process. For the most part it looks like a set & forget thing and perhaps I'll get faster doing it over time. Does anyone do this as their part time job/side gig? What is everyone else involved in? *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/CryptoCurrency) if you have any questions or concerns.*

USDC is still a centralized stablecoin. What we need is the likes of DAI or UST.

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Glorious! This is the Flippening that we all deserve. USDC should take away all of USDTs market share

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USDC is my stablecoin choice. I spent a lot on UNQ cpl of days ago but I had to make my move since it was hard to get in their token sale. They have the potential to revolutionize the whole NFT space. They are the NFT pioneers on Polkadot and Kusama. Probably gonna win the next parachain slot auction. Regarding staking stables, I think that Freeway is better for assets like DOT and ADA. For the stablecoins I use Celsius and YieldApp, I think it's less risky and APYs look more sustainable. Waiting for V2, there should be some improvements + mobile app is coming soon. I want to see if they will include some more assets that will be available for staking.

$1M into USDC, 9% interest on USDC =$90K/year Take $40K interest and put that into the coin of your choice. Now you still get your $50K a year :)

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Absolutely, but this all adds up in complexity and makes it more difficult for both the buyer and seller..The goal isn’t to completely lock down the possibility of doing so and there’ll always be a route available for those that are dedicated (as that just becomes a game of cat and mouse) and instead to increase the barrier to entry in such a way that it becomes inefficient to do at scale. There’s also nothing to stop event organisers or artists having the power to block these resales, something they can’t easily do now. USDC has a set of blacklisted addresses and a similar system for tickets could be possible. The real question is whether we see scalping happening on a massive scale on a blockchain platform, and then iterating to make it just difficult enough to not be worth it

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